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You could be the next Software Engineering intern at Google! Find out more here: https://www.google.com/about/careers/search#!t=jo&jid=74475001&

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Google Summer of Code is back again! 
Google Summer of Code 2015 is on!

Back in 2005, Google made a commitment to support open source software contributors. In addition to our other programs to build and support the contributor base, we thought a great way to get more people involved was to introduce the wide world of open source to college students. 

Google Summer of Code is an innovative program dedicated to introducing students from universities around the world to open source software development. The program offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source projects mentored by a wide variety of carefully selected open source projects. Our goal is to help these students pursue academic challenges over the summer break while they create and release open source code for the benefit of all. Over the past 10 years, over 8,300 mentors and 8,500 student developers in 101 countries have produced a stunning 55 million lines of code. Our goal is to help these students pursue academic challenges over the summer break while they create and release open source code for the benefit of all.

Spread the word to your friends! If you know of a university student that would be interested in working on open source projects this summer, or if you know of an organization that might want to mentor students to work on their open source projects, please direct them to our Google Summer of Code 2015 website where they can find our timeline along with the FAQs. Stay tuned for more details coming soon!

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Introducing the Google Developer Group Singapore! Join a meet up happening next Tuesday to learn more about Android Wear!
GDG-Sg Meetup: Android Wear @ Sept 16th 2014
GDG-Singapore brings you a meet-up with  another wonderful theme. Android Wear - Tue Sept 16th 2014, 6-8PM   Android Wear is a version of Google's Android operating system designed for smart-watches and other wearables. By pairing with mobile phones running...

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For students who would want to apply for jobs at Google, this test could be a good way to start!
If matching wits with coders across Asia Pacific and testing your skills on algorithmic problems sounds like fun, do not delay in registering for the Google APAC 2015 University Graduates Test!

To all BS, MS and PhD students expecting to graduate in Spring or Summer 2015 who hope for a software engineering career at Google, be sure to register to participate. Outstanding performers in the Google APAC 2015 University Graduates Test will be invited to interview at Google.

Registration is now open and while the APAC Test won’t kick off until August 18, 2014, we encourage you to get warmed up and practice by checking out past problems from Global Code Jam here. If this is your first time competing in a Code Jam event, take a look at our Quick-Start Guide to learn the basics of the Code Jam platform and how to compete.

The APAC Test consists of four online rounds in which students can choose to participate. The four online rounds will take place on August 18, September 15, October 13 and November 10, 2014. Find the schedule here. You may participate in any round, or any combination of rounds. In each round, participants will receive scores for providing answers to a series of coding problems. After each round, some of the highest-scoring participants may be invited to interview at Google.

For more details, please read the FAQ and Terms and Conditions.

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Did you know you could do this with Chrome? 

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Local updates from the Google Singapore page!
The new Slides app has arrived for iPhone/iPad, plus you can now edit Office files with updated apps for Docs & Sheets.

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Keep up with all things Google by joining the gStudents Singapore community and be in the loop about upcoming events in Singapore!
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